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Marvel’s Fake Captain America Musical is Headed to a Real Stage: Today in Books

Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon Potentially Debuting at Cannes Film Festival

Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, is looking at a potential Cannes Film Festival debut. The film, which also stars Lily Gladstone, Jesse Plemons, Brendan Fraser, and Robert De Niro, would mark Scorsese’s first return to the festival with a film since 1985. Sources caution that no official offer has been made yet, and Thierry Fremaux, Cannes’s director, is still making final decisions about the festival’s lineup.

Marvel’s Fake Captain America Musical is Headed to a Real Stage

Rogers: The Musical — the fictional, over-the-top Broadway musical featured in the Disney Plus series Hawkeye is headed to a real stage. Disney’s California Adventure Park will be premiere a “short one-act musical” version of Rogers in summer 2023. The Disney Parks account on TikTok shared a short video teasing the upcoming musical production.

Here’s the Cover Reveal for Isle McElroy’s People Collide

Electric Literature is sharing the cover for acclaimed writer Isle McElroy’s sophomore novel, People Collide. The novel follows Eli, who wakes up one morning in his wife Elizabeth’s body: “As Eli searches throughout Europe for his missing wife, he embarks on a no holds barred exploration of gender and embodied experience.” The novel’s cover was designed by Stephen Brayda with art by Tina Berning. People Collide will be released by HarperVia on September 19.

Underpaid and Overworked: A Look At Salaries and Benefits in Publishing

On paper, the publishing industry seems glamorous. But this façade belies the deep problems that persist, and one of them is the low pay.